Building sustainable and effective assurance of learning process in a changing higher education environment26th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference
Document TypeConference Paper
AbstractIn a study of assuring learning in Australian Business Schools, 25 Teaching and Learning Associate Deans were interviewed to identify current issues in developing and measuring the quality of teaching and learning outcomes. Results indicate that for most institutions developing a perspective on graduate attributes and mapping assessments to measure outcomes across an entire program required knowledge creation and the building of new inclusive processes. Common elements of effective practice, namely those which offered consistently superior outcomes, included: inclusive processes; embedded graduate attributes throughout a program; alongside consistent and appropriate assessment. Results indicate that assurance of learning processes are proliferating nationally while quality of teaching and learning outcomes and in the processes for assuring it is increasing as a result.
Citation InformationErica French, Romy Lawson, Tracy Taylor, James Herbert, et al.. "Building sustainable and effective assurance of learning process in a changing higher education environment" 26th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference
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